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as the obstructionists. looking at it in sheer political terms, this as global implications for the u.s. economy tanking as a result of this. >> you think the american people are getting fed up with this? this has been going on for years. >> and worse and worse, so that there is no planning. you have a five-year transportation bill, then a two-year transportation bill, then and nothing transportation bill. >> what does it take to make the government do the right thing? what sort of crisis? i would rather have an internal washington crisis to force them to do it than wait for a real crisis. if this were a forcing event, it would not be such a bad thing. >> but we keep having these forcing events and all that happens is that we keep waiting another three months. >> every state is going to be affected by this. >> the fall line and a conservative movement is clear here. -- fault line in the conservative movement is clear here. john boehner is warning that it would be 1 million jobs in defense cuts. at the same time, "the wall street journal" editorial pages oo-poohing the cuts. >> the cia, drones, and targe
in cyberspace. >> it is costing hundreds of billions of dollars and thousands of u.s. jobs every year. >> counterterrorism expert who worked under the reagan administration, both the bushes, president clinton. the pit cyber warfare they're waiting on the united states and have been doing it for years. who has been minding the store? >> there was a bill that had been agreed to on some cybersecurity and, you may recall, that the privacy aficionado's went bonkers it is it bananas' and bonkers together. they flooded their members of congress and and it did not pass anything. meanwhile, there is not a serious person in washington of any ideology who has not known with increasing power that this is a problem. the president said he will use his executive powers to do it and for all these people on the internet, this is just like a range and there can be no regulation whatsoever. it will come back to haunt us. >> we have this huge defense establishment and we have a place in maryland where they're supposed to know about this. >> it raises a strategic question we have now really thought throug
drop off free boxes. i wear a lot of hats. well, technically i wear one. the u.s. postal service® no business too small. >> there has not been an occasion that i am aware of where we had the opportunity to capture a terrorist and we did not and we decided to take a strike. >> that is john brennan, minee to be direor of the cia. a lot of attention recently on ones and at the ability to take out bad guys and abroad including al-awlaki, who happened to be an american citizen. you have to go after the terrorists, and obama's reco some would say, is pretty impressive. >> if it is a continuation of the policy that george w. bush laid down after 9/11, to pursue them wherever they are and whatever the circumstances. i don't-- the nototion that drones have kikilled civilians -- it is not just dronethat do it. ifif youou fire artillery in an area she might hit civilians. if you talk about american citizensns being targeted abroad, isn't it true that during world war ii had some americans who volunteered with the ss? >> that is correct, yes. >> this is not groundbreaking. it is somethingn
've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ >> it is costing hundreds of of dollars and u.s. jobs every year. >> of a countertrorism expert the reagan and both bushes, under and presidentnt clintnton. china has bn waging a cyber warfare and have been doing it for years. been minding the cyber we are engaged elsewhere? there was a bill that had agreed to on cybersecurity. the privacycall went bonkers -- bananas and bonkers. they flooded and their members congress and there were so that theyey didid not pass anything. not a serious person in hasington of any ideology not known the increasingower is a problem. the president said he will use it.utive power to do all those people who think cyberspace and the internet is an open range and there can regulation, it will come back to haunt us. >> we have a huge defense establishment and have alace where ty'red supposed to know about this stuff. >> it raises strategic queststis not thought through yet. capacity to take much anys off pretty time they want. what we are going to do about that, is this a nuclear issue? the we threaten to
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